Sat 31 Dec, 2005 04:14 pm
So, what are some of your favorite Seinfeld eps?
I still love the one where George is out of work and gives Jerry's phone number as a reference. Then he asks Jerry to answer the phone as though he's the president of "Vandelay Enterprises" (wasn't that the name of the phone company?)
Best part: when the phone rings, George comes running out of the bathroom with his pants around his legs, yelling to Jerry, "Vandelay Enterprises!!! Vandelay Enterprises!!!"
Or how about the time George decided to become Greek Orthodox for the sake of a girl he was dating?
So the priest asks him, "Why do you want to become Greek Orthodox?" and George answers, "I like the outfits..."
I loved that show. I guess you can tell George Constanza was my favorite.
What are some of your favorite Seinfeld moments?
Wasn't that Latvian Orthodox?
Ooooh! You may be right there, Brandon. Latvian Orthodox is funnier than Greek Orthodox anyway.
I remember George sitting in the bathroom at his parents house (the only quiet place he could find to study his Orthodox books). Of course, Mom and Dad Constanza were pounding on the door yelling, "GEORGE!! What're you doing in there??!!!"
Ahh, yes...that's a good one, ehbeth. The one where Elaine's trying to figure out who's "sponge-worthy.."
How about the one where Jerry and Elaine go on a double date with George and his new girlfriend. They meet up at a restaurant for dinner and Jerry proceeds to be witty and entertaining...until George takes him aside and asks him not to be so funny coz' "she'll like you better than me."
So Jerry gets very quiet and lets George be the funny one.
At the end of the ep, George's girlfriend tells him she prefers Jerry because he seems sad, depressed and "deep" which she finds appealing...I remember George yelling after her.."YOU WANT DEPRESSION??? I'M THE KING OF DEPRESSION!!!"
Haaa!! Oooh, I love George.
Elaine: I met this lawyer, we went out to dinner, I had the lobster bisque, we went back to my place, yada yada yada, I never heard from him again.
Jerry: But you yada yada'd over the best part.
Elaine: No, I mentioned the bisque.
One I like is the Soup Nazi one and then there's the one where George is trying to get of rid of fiancee Marisa Tomei .
the one where Jerry gets upped to first class on a plane trip while Elaine is left in coach. That one always sticks in my head, it was a classic. I'd also have to agree w stray on vandelay enterprises...nothing beats George running out of the bathroom shouting with his pants around his ankles.
"He put it out with his 'big shoe.'"
How did Curb Your Enthusiasm play in the US? It's got a real cult following over here.
I loved the one where Jerry's girlfriend looked bad under the wrong light and he rearranged his life to make sure they stayed in good lighting.
The Contest--but mostly for Jerry's frustrated line about the naked woman doing housework across the street and dating a virgin. Elaine is out of the competition because JFK, Jr worked out in front of her--and the Virgin winds up with JFK, Jr taking the virginity.
If you're gonna lose it, what better way, really?
I liked the weird backward one where they ended up---or started off --in India.
I liked the one when Jerry started sleeping in Kramer's (because of the Kenny Roger's neon sign) and became Kramer-like.
I thought the Geezer Babysitting ep was hilarious.
And, Elaine being upset that Putty wasn't upset that she was going to hell. The couples therapy session... priceless.
I was really offended by the one, though, where everyone was talking about Elaine's Botticelli shoes. I mean WHY WERE THEY TALKING ABOUT HER BOTTICELLI SHOES!!!???
What about the one where Jerry drugs the girl with turkey so he can play with her toys?
I was in Amsterdam a few few years back and trying to get a slice of pizza after the bars. My friend and I were in line and a guy a few people ahead of me was being beligerent to the guy behind the counter. They were arguing back and forth and finally the guy says "Ok, how much for the a slice?" The guy behind the counter says "No slice for you!! Next!"
My friend and I were trying our best not to laugh. We came face to face with the pizza nazi.